Keeping College in Reach

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Monday, December 22, 2008

Tuitions are rising and credit is tight, making a college education harder to afford. Ben Kaplan, author of How to Go to College Almost for Free, has 5 things to do this holiday season to help pay for college. Also, watching television without a television set, and checking in on holiday retail sales.

Miracle on 34th St? Or Fordham Road?

The holiday shopping season reached a fever pitch this past weekend. How are local business districts faring? Daniel Biederman, president of the 34th Street Partnership and executive director of the Bryant Park Corporation, reports on holiday retail sales in and around Macy's; Joe Chan President of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, ...

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Question of the Day: Pay Cuts or Recession Roulette?

Would you take a voluntary pay cut to protect your co-workers from layoffs? Comment below!

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TV Online

Laura Holson, lifestyle writer for the New York Times, talks about the growing number of people watching TV shows on their computers.

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Heavy Delays

What makes an airport successful? Good public transportation links, environmentally friendly and a floor plan that makes sense. Matthew Coogan, Director of the New England Transportation Institute explores the world’s best and worst airports. Tell us what makes a great airport for you. Tell us your story of ...

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Caroline, No?

Glenn Thrush, congressional reporter for Politico looks at who other than Caroline Kennedy is in the running for the NY Senate seat.

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College Help

Ben Kaplan, founder of, explains ways that students can make college more affordable.

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